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May 14, 2012 4:00am PDT
. and tina brown, the newish editor of "newsweek," one of her skills is extremely provocative covers and she's been doing it for decades and various magazines she edited at "the new yorker" and others, it's very hard, sales are not exactly -- >> "time" is getting buzz for the latest cover. >> it's like a tabloid? >> it's not a tabloid but a way to break through the clutter of the media and it's not easy if you're "newsweek." >> "newsweek" is basically a partisan magazine into the left corner but "the first gay president" doesn't make sense. james buchanan according to historians may have a claim on that. >> president bill clinton called the first black president. do you think "newsweek" will get pushback from the white house? >> no, i don't think so but it is a tabloidish move to sell magazines. ryan said it's like a battle between "time" and "newsweek." i'll tell you this, "time" wins. >> you had friday morning the cover and they called it "the spectrum of light" cover. >> in my humble opinion i think our cover is a little, better, a little more -- >> not that you're biased or anything. >>
May 25, 2012 4:00am PDT
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May 30, 2012 4:00am PDT
in the mountains of southern idaho. pilot brian brown was flying from sacramento with his wife and daughter when a sudden cold front swept in and caused his plane's wings to completely ice over. earlier on cnn brian's wife told us it might have turned out a lot worse if someone hadn't called their daughter's cell phone while they were stuck on that mountain. >> we couldn't find them. it was getting dark. we couldn't find them. when the cell phone rang, it lit up and then she was able to find it. and then make the call. >> wow. that call eventually brought help after the browns spent 12 hours stranded at the crash site. terrifying but they are all okay. >> that young woman was so calm on the phone making that 911 call. good for them. very lucky. >>> still ahead on "starting point," the growing crisis in syria. dozens of women and children executed. should the u.s. help arm the opposition? >>> and could michelle obama be the next hillary clinton? we'll tell you what she had to say about that proposition. my playlist this morning. "tell me something good." you're watching "starting point." great sh
May 22, 2012 7:00am EDT
now. -- captions by vitac -- ♪ ♪ >>> chuck brown, chuck brown. >> godfather, go, go! >> he recently died. >> passed last week. >> the godfather of go-go missed my radar. >> hes into go-go. >> we'll get him some by the end of the day. that's roland martin's play list because he's doing a tutorial on go-go. >> roller skates and short dresses? >> the music never stops and keeps going. you really need to get some go-go on your ipod. >> welcome, everybody. >> welcome to our panel this morning. anyone having allergies? >> no. no issues. >> anybody? >> yes, thank you. >> one crew member. one guy sniveling over there. >> he's going to be replacing you in one moment, roland martin as you can tell is back. is he the host of "washington watch" with roland martin. notice the music keeps going, going, going. >> that's right. >> nice to have you back and will cain is a columnist for >> no go-go at all. >> he's getting the go-go. it's creeping up on him. >> what is in my coffee? >> look, nothing, nothing. help, help, somebody. talk about our "starting point" this morn
May 4, 2012 4:00am PDT
. >> good morning to you. brown bear, two spotted leopards and pair of monkeys will be returned to their ohio farm today. they were released into the public by their owner, terry thompson last fall right before he committed suicide. authorities do not have access to tranquillizer guns. most of the animals were shot and killed by law enforcement to protect the public. the animals are being returned to thompson's wife. no word on what she plans to do with them. >>> a hang gliding instructor accused of eating evidence after a student plunged to her death. she slipped out and fell hundreds of feet into the woods. investigators say the instructor swallowed a memory card from a video camera on board and the x-rays confirm that. >> there have been a series of x-rays taken. we have confirm so we are in the wait progress cess here. we have confirmed that the memory card is still inside. >> investigators aren't sure whether the card will have video they can retrieve at this point. >>> minding your business a lot of investors waiting out the all-important april jobs report. economists surv
May 16, 2012 4:00am PDT
and ron brown screen, editorial director at the national journal. i want to believe with our "starting point." two game changing developments in the trayvon martin case. autopsy results are revealing the florida teenager's knuckles had scrapes on them before he was shot and killed by george zimmerman. this is out of our affiliate from orlando. we're digging into this three-page medical report from the family physician of george zimmerman. this could be evidence from the upcoming trial. zimmerman went to the doctor the day after martin was killed. had a closed fracture of his nose, two black eyes, to cuts on the back of his head and also a minor back injury. some of the new details here we're now learning. martin savidge is live in atlanta. good morning. >> this is really big information here that's coming out. it will become key evidence at trial if it gets to trial. i shouldn't put the cart ahead of the horse here. let's start with autopsy information coming up from trayvon martin and bruising found to be on his hands. the defense team would argue see this supports george zimmerman's
May 28, 2012 4:00am PDT
the creation. it's memorial day. monday. may 28th. "starting point" begins right now. brown sugar you taste so good ♪ >> officially playlist. do we share this on all of our play lists? >> yeah. i heard bob dylan sing this. >> john fugelsang with us and will cain. tropical storm beryl getting a head-start on the atlantic storm season which begins friday and beryl is pounding coastlines in florida and georgia with heavy rain and high winds this morning. the powerful storm slammed ashore overnight bringing down trees and power lines in jacksonville beach, florida, sparking this electrical fire. thousands of people in the region are without power this morning. the storm is expected to bring as much as a foot of rain in some places. a little bit of good news there for areas and long-term drought. rl relative humidity is tracking this tropical storm for us. a hard way to get a little rain, isn't it? >> they are getting it all at one time. the rainfall that has fallen over 3 inches in many spots here in drought-stricken areas over 2 inches in jacksonville. but since this time, they have seen muc
May 8, 2012 7:00am EDT
star. senator bill bradley is going to join us. also the brown family from the tlc reality show and. that's going to be on air tomorrow. >> you'll be in madison. >> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins tomorrow. i'll see everyone else back here tomorrow morning starting at 7:00 a.m. good morning. >> good morning, soledad. good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello happening now in the "newsroom." your flight and your safety. after the cia bust an al qaeda plot to blow up a plane, new concerns about what the x-ray machines can really catch. the device is undetectible so why aren't security procedures at your airport changing? >>> mitt romney saying he would take a lot of credit for detroit coming out of the red despite a call four years ago to let the
May 9, 2012 4:00am PDT
of the brown family. husband, cody, firthe wives ande 17 kids. take a look. it looks like these are some of the family photographs. the show is on tlc and they have written a book the story of an unconventional marriage. you all join me this morning. i have to ask you first, four wives just seems like a lot of work. >> sure. tell why. what makes a polygamist relationship really worth it at the end of the day? >> a polygamist relationship is about developing a family, the family that you choose. the family that you want. we have a lot of opportunity to grow together and to, you know, it's a process of personal development. we're becoming better people in the relationships that we have with one another. this is really a story of love. for me. this is the story of the opportunity for me to be able to love the women or marry the women that i love. >> i should mention that technically legally you are married to one but you have sort of spiritual marriage with the other wives. >> sort of. it's a spiritual relationship. it's a faith based decision. for me now i would go back and choose it again
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